Monday, June 16, 2008

Spider Poem

The Twist



The breeze breath
inside bubble burst
dissipates
only on release
of her sharp touch.

Prospects of love
through shaft extravagant,
vascular’s dim lit drop
into gravity’s moist keep,
web-tied and twisted.

Black widow meal
consumed by feel
succulently,
suck relentlessly,
such a rent was he.

4 comments:

Letty Cruz said...

"web-tied and twisted" <-- beautiful, and it echoes a lyric I can't quite remember what song it's from -- WAIT: Pink Floyd..."tongue-tied and twisted, just an earthbound..." something, GAH nevermind, still decompressing from a long day. & again thanks for the lyrical break <3

Calder said...

Hiya Letty, thanks for taking time on this (yuck) Monday. Hope you tomorrow is better and many smiles come to your lips.

Island Rambles Blog said...

I have been reading some of your poems...I really like them keep up the good work....thanks for visiting my blog...poems are hard to write and you always want to rewrite ...sometimes the first draft is the best one ....I often wonder if it is meant to be the way I first felt it or if I need to change it to meet some imposed society standards.....just thinking here...

FishHawk said...

Oh man, the imagery depicted in this one is gonna give me nightmares--I just know it!!!